Google Nexus 5 prototype picture album pops up at the Taiwanese FCC

Google Nexus 5 prototype picture album pops up at the Taiwanese FCC
The Nexus 5 leaks keep on pouring these days on carrier, retailer and certification sites, hopefully indicating an imminent launch. The latest in that batch is a set of pictures of Google's handset dug out from the Taiwanese equivalent of the FCC, dubbed NCC.

The LG-made device carries the D821 internal codename, and is obviously in a prototype stage, without the Nexus logo at the back yet, but bearing the signature camera lens look and general shape of all the Nexus 5 leaks we've seen so far. 

The ruler pegs the phone at about 137mm long and 69mm wide, which is about right for a handset with a display that has a close to 5" diagonal, and coincides with the dimensions we saw posted yesterday on Wind Mobile. Unfortunately, the battery depicted here is still 2300 mAh, so all those rumors we might see a bigger unit could turn out to be wishful thinking.

source: VR-Zone via GSMInsider


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